I remember being a kid sitting at the family table. Dinner had been freshly laid out in front of me, lovingly and expertly cooked by my mother. And yet, despite her hard work and (judging by my father’s full plate) delicious results, there I sat, pushing around my vegetables with my fork to try and make it look as though I had enthusiastically devoured them.
Kids will always be kids, and plenty are still doing this today!
Being a parent with a picky eater can be frustrating at times; when the veggies go untouched and nothing healthy seems to get their appetite going, you may start to run out of recipes (and your own hair to pull out). But don’t fret! Having a child who simply refuses to eat their vegetables is not the end of the world.
Try out some of these delicious recipes to see if you can sneak vegetables into your picky child’s diet!
As Thanksgiving approaches, so too does the planning on who will be bringing along what classic dish to dinner. If you happen to get appetizer duty this year, why not consider making butternut squash soup–a dish that’s not only mouthwateringly delicious, but also nutritious!
Can you believe it’s November already? The weather’s getting colder, and there’s nothing better to kick the chill from your body than a nice steaming cup of your favorite soup!
Ah, chicken… I like to think of it as one of the world’s most versatile dishes. I mean, what can’t you do with it? If it seems like you’re running out of ideas for chicken dishes to keep the family happy, here’s one of my all-time favorites. It’s easy, delicious, and you can easily make enough for dinner and leftovers for the rest of the week!
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When European sailors explored the ocean around the New World, avocados were used in place of butter. Green and delicious, these sailors had the right idea–if you haven’t incorporated avocados into your life yet, you’re missing out! Not only are they a delight in any salad or sandwich, but they are also great on their own or as the ringleader of a meal.